Laird Languages recruits new member

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31 July 2014


Laird Languages department, supplying qualified and experienced interpreters and translators to the legal sector, has hired another member of staff due to increase in instructions.

Laird began supplying interpreters and translators to their Principals back in 2013, and since then the department has gone from strength to strength.  Supplying interpreters to attend court, medical appointments and witness statement appointments and arranging translation of documents into numerous languages.

Lairds existing structure as a high volume processing and efficient business whilst still offering excellent levels of customer service is why Laird Languages is developing a strong name in the industry.  Due to the increase in instructions coming through, the department has hired another team member to ensure that the customer journey remains seamless.  Claire has worked within the legal sector for over ten years and brings with her a wealth of customer service and legal experience.

Laird Languages offer an efficient and seamless booking process and with reliable and quality translators and interpreters.  If you would like to book a witness taker, interpreter or translation, please contact Hayley on 0845 505 9961 or hayley.cowle@laird-assessors.com



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